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Shipped my 1929 TT alto to matt for a overhaul.

She came back i amazing playing condition. Plays sweetly and spot on from bottom to top. The action is light and fast and she is a joy to play !

His price was fair. He does wonderful work and finished it when he said he would.
It arrived safely with no shipping damage.

http://stohrermusic.com/

She's a real pretty gal too !! Nearly mint silver with gold wash bell. Shes all cleaned up, matt finish intact and ready for the prom

Thanks to Juan Caino for turning me on to Matt .
 

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Matt did a sax overhaul for me in early 2009. Matt has a wonderful combination of technical skill, good communications ability, and caring about the quality of his work.
 

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Yup!
 

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Thanks hipsterdoofus and thanks everyone!

That was a really nice TT alto. Made a video starring that horn here:
Hey, everybody , LOOK my TT is a STAR on the interwebnet !!!! Didn't Matt do a super job , guys and gals ?? She's a real good looker and plays as good as she looks ! I felt a wee bit jealous as i watched Matt manhandle my sweet baby . However, he was wearing gloves , so i guess it was safe fondling . Thanks for using protection , Matt. That's the smart way to have saxsex.
 

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Thanks hipsterdoofus and thanks everyone!

That was a really nice TT alto. Made a video starring that horn here:
I kept thinking the guy from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" was showing it while wearing his green suit..........(You have to see the show to know what I'm talking about)

It looks beautiful!
 
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